Homeless Give Thanks – Free Thanksgiving Meal at Billings St. V’s
Released by SVDP Billings November 16th, 2022 - Formatted for clarity by Josh Rath
St. Vincent de Paul in Billings will host a Thanksgiving meal for the community’s homeless men, women, and families for the 2nd year.
The Thanksgiving meal will be served from Noon to 1:30 P.M. at the St. Vincent de Paul Daytime Shelter located at 3005 First Avenue South in Billings.
About St. Vincent de Paul
Since 2020, St. Vincent de Paul has provided meals for those experiencing homelessness and for anyone experiencing food insecurity. Total meals provided will approach 100,000 by year-end 2022.
“Our Thanksgiving meal will be possible thanks to the generous support of people and businesses in our community and the enormous help from our volunteers who roll up their sleeves especially during the holidays when so many are hungry and alone”, remarked Jeanine Holt-Seavy, Executive Director.
Holt-Seavy also stated, “This marks the second year in a row that St. Vincent de Paul has provided a Thanksgiving meal to hungry people and families. We provide meals to everyone no matter their faith, age, background, or personal challenges. With more people becoming homeless for the first time, and many more unable to put food on their tables, more are expected to come for Thanksgiving this year. Both our volunteers and staff will be working many hours to prepare a Thanksgiving meal.”
No reservations are required for meals. Support services and meals offered at St. Vincent de Paul come at no cost and without strings attached.
For further information, or to schedule an interview, please contact Ms. Holt-Seavy or Cameron Cook at (406) 831-5223 or email@example.com